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changes between those two temperatures (usually from
one hydrated phase to another or from a hydrate to the
anhydrous solid). In such cases the slope
of the solubility vs. temperature curve may show a
All solubility values are expressed as
Here M2 is the molar mass of the solute and M1 = 18.015
g/mol is the molar mass of water. is the density of the
solution in g cm-3.
The data in the table have been derived from the
references indicated; in many cases the data have been
refitted or interpo
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Reading #. 1
Physical Chemistry with Applications to the Life Sciences
David Eisenberg and Donald Crothers
Structure and Mechanism in Protein Science
Alan Fersht 0 I 616 Enzymes Profoundly A'ect Reaction
Rates and Reaction Rate Laws
1.) Multiple choice questions (30 pts)
1.) The molarity of a 96 g/dm3 concentration protein solution is 3mM. What is the
molecular weight of the protein:
a.) 32 kg/mol
b.) 32 000 Da
c.) 3.210-3 g/mol
d.) 96 kDa
e.) 48,000 g/mol
2.) In a first-order reacti
1.) The ATP is the main energy currency in the living cells. The energy can be retrieved by
dephosphorylation of ATP to ADP in the
[ ADP ] [ P i ]
[ ATP ] [ H 2 O ]
A.) What is the value of the equilibrium constant of ATP hydrolysis to ADP at